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Video: Kirk Reflects On City Women's 4-1 Victory

 

Bristol City Women's head coach Willie Kirk feels there is still room for improvment after convincing win over Watford. 

City Women now sit joint top of the WSL2 table after beating Watford Ladies at home in front an impressive crowd at Stoke Gifford Stadium.

However Willie Kirk is still looking for his side to keep up the momentum for the final three games of the season: "We were delighted with the win, but we can’t help but feel a bit frustrated that it wasn’t more.

"It's hard to complain about a 4-1 win but we are disappointed that it wasn’t a bigger margin.

"The chances we created were better but we weren’t clinical enough, we have to keep improving.

"We need to eradicate some isses with our passing at the back and Hannah [Reid] will be so disappointed with their goal. 

"She normally takes everything very cleanly.

Sixteen-year-old Lauren Hemp made an impact on her debut for the club, coming off the bench to score in the second-half. 

"Lauren was fantastic, she looked like she had been on the pitch all-season.

"Her goal was excellent and she had a couple of other chances.

"She is going to be a huge part of this team in the future."

The Vixens have their final home game of the season on Saturday, September 24th with an earlier kick-off of 4:30pm. 

Click here to buy tickets to the game on Saturday, September 24th (KO 4:30pm).

Follow @BristolCityWFC for all the updates. 

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